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Mini Steamed Christmas Puddings


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Ingredients

15 portion(s)

Mini Steamed Christmas Puddings

  • 120 grams sultanas
  • 120 grams raisins
  • 120 grams currants
  • 2 tablespoon sweet sherry
  • 80 grams apple, cored and quartered
  • 60 grams carrot, chopped
  • 30 grams almonds
  • 150 grams brown sugar
  • 130 grams Cold Butter, cubed
  • 80 grams breadcrumbs, from day old bread
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, ground
  • 1/2 teaspoon Nutmeg, ground
  • a pinch salt
  • 70 grams plain flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 orange, rind and juice
  • 1000 grams water

Chocolate Coating

  • 250 grams Dark Chocolate Melts
  • 100 grams white chocolate melts
  • 15 red glace cherries
  • 15 Green glacé cherries, halved
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Recipe's preparation

    Day/s Before
  1. Place Thermoserver on top of TMX and weigh in sultanas, raisins, currents and sherry. In TM bowl grate orange rind 5-10sec/sp 7. Add to Thermoserver. Cover and let sit overnight or several days, stirring daily

  2. On Day Of Steaming
  3. Place almonds in TM bowl and mill 5-10sec/sp7. Add to Thermoserver with fruit mixture.

    Place apple and carrot in TM bowl and chop 5-10sec/sp7. Add butter and chop 3-5sec/sp5. Scrape down.

    Add sugar, breadcrumbs, flour, spices, salt, eggs, and juice, mix 30sec/sp5.

    Add fruit and almond mixture to TM bowl and mix 10-15sec/Counter-clockwise operation/sp4.

    Scrape mixture into individual silicon moulds. Smooth tops with the back of a spoon. Place moulds in top and bottom of Varoma. (if there is any mixture left over, put aside into Thermoserver)

    Wash bowl and add water. Place Varoma into position 45mins/Varoma/sp3.

    Remove from moulds gently and leave upside down. Serve with custard.

    (refill moulds with remaining mixture, top up water to 1litre mark and repeat 45mins/Varoma/sp3)

     

    Can keep in the fridge undecorated in airtight container for 3months

  4. Chocolate Coating
  5. Put dark chocolate melts in TM bowl and grate 10sec/sp8. Scrape down and melt 3mins/50*/sp3.

    Place puddings on baking paper. Pour chocolate over pudding, covering completely, including bottoms, with spatula or the back of a spoon. Let set/cool.

    Wash and dry TM bowl. Put white chocolate melts in TM bowl and grate 10sec/sp8. Scrape down and melt 2mins/50*/sp3.

    Pour a little bit of white chocolate over coated puddings, letting a little dribble down the sides. Decorate with 1 red glace cherry and green cherry halves each.

     

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Tip

great for Christmas Gifts!


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  • Hawkins2013:I have some silicon ones from IKEA...

    Submitted by Kaz 66 on 24. November 2017 - 22:07.

    Hawkins2013:I have some silicon ones from IKEA that work well, I have also used about a 500ml foil container ( from a cheap shop). Alyce Alexandra have some that look good!!

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  • What do you cook these in? Do I need to buy the...

    Submitted by Hawkins2013 on 23. November 2017 - 12:49.

    What do you cook these in? Do I need to buy the Thermomix Silicone pudding mounds?

    this recipe looks great

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  • Maded these last year and they were so tasty and...

    Submitted by Kaz 66 on 23. December 2016 - 13:50.

    Maded these last year and they were so tasty and easy. So when I needed a pud recipe for a lunch I knew where to go!! Made 5 batches (60+)of mini ones and they got rave reviews, without icing as custard was the go! Now up to batch 8! I mainly make cupcake size but needed a larger one so found (in a cheap shop) foil 500ml containers which fit in the bottom of the Varoma with some cupcakes around side, cooked in 2, 45min lots and make sure you check and top up water. Great and thank you.

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  • I made these, omg, they were

    Submitted by jagvarna on 27. December 2015 - 22:03.

    I made these, omg, they were delicious. My husband said they were a good as his mothers...high praise indeed....she also said they were lovely. I made them without the topping as we like custard and cream with ours. 

    For the person who asked, I did mine in both layers of the varoma with no problem. 

    Thanks I will be making these again next year

    Shona 

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  • I made these, omg, they were

    Submitted by jagvarna on 27. December 2015 - 22:03.

    I made these, omg, they were delicious. My husband said they were a good as his mothers...high praise indeed....she also said they were lovely. I made them without the topping as we like custard and cream with ours. 

    For the person who asked, I did mine in both layers of the varoma with no problem. 

    Thanks I will be making these again next year

    Shona 

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  • These little gems turned out

    Submitted by Sandpiper on 17. December 2015 - 20:34.

    These little gems turned out perfect, so so easy and served with warm custard was truely successful.  Many thanks, will be cooking these more often

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  • Did they rise much? Did you

    Submitted by grace.winfield on 2. December 2015 - 08:56.

    Did they rise much? Did you put them on the top layer of the varoma aswell?

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  • Please can someone tell me if

    Submitted by thetanfairy on 1. November 2015 - 13:44.

    Please can someone tell me if they have kept these stored for like 10 weeks or so? Want to know how they store and can they also be frozen

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  • Great receipe. I substituted

    Submitted by Kay-Maree on 26. December 2014 - 23:04.

    Great receipe. I substituted the plain flour with Gluten free plain flour and you can not tell the difference. It is moist and has great flavour. I used small ramkin dishes lined them with alfoil and folded excess on top. Easy to get out. Yum thanks for this receipe. I did not do the chocolate and icing will try next time. 

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  • Good recipe. A little wary

    Submitted by gomae on 6. December 2014 - 18:27.

    Good recipe. A little wary they may not have been cooked at the end of cooking time, but they were fine.

    tastes good would cook again.

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  • I haven't tried a big one

    Submitted by EleniB on 19. December 2013 - 13:07.

    I haven't tried a big one purely because I can't find a pudding dish that will fit in the Varoma! If you know of one, please let me know. 

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  • Hi, How would you recommend

    Submitted by emilyteds on 13. December 2013 - 07:04.

    Hi, How would you recommend adjusting the cooking time to make it as one large pudding?

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  • This is the first time I used

    Submitted by KoaM on 27. November 2013 - 18:24.

    This is the first time I used the Varoma for a cake recipe and it is an easy recipe to follow and the puddings taste great.  I used different dried fruit (what I had in the pantry - cranberries, dates which I chopped, sultanas) and didn't cover with chocolate because I love pudding and custard.  My young children like them too.  This recipe is a definite keeper .

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